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Table Arrangement Ideas for a Summer Wedding

 

Summer is just around the corner and you might be among the many brides preparing for a wedding. Sometimes it can hard to come up with wedding table arrangement ideas, because there are just so many other details to attend to.

Just as containers are great decorations for the home they can do well when used in centrepieces. You can use anything from baskets to watering cans! It really depends on the bride’s taste.

Containers can really work well as part of wedding table arrangement for outdoor weddings as they are sturdy. If there is a little breeze or wind they are sure not to tumble off the table!

And this is where you can really get creative, anything from little tin buckets to straw baskets can be embellished with ribbons, flowers or even shells. The limit is your creativity! Of course, it would be nice to have something that really reflects the tastes of the bride.

If you have a certain colour scheme for you wedding, tin pails and baskets can be painted just about any shade.

These wedding table top decorations are not limited to this area only. You can really harmonize your wedding by having other aspects of the reception and church decorated with these types of containers. You can even have the guests take their gifts home in some of these baskets or pails.

This type of decoration might not be the best idea for a bride looking for a sophisticated and refined wedding. However, if you are looking to have a more old-fashioned and rustic wedding then this will definitely give you that kind of atmosphere. Todich Floral Design, has the experience and the experts to help you realize this wedding table top idea, and every other aspect of your wedding decoration scheme. So your big event can be just as you imagined!

 

 

 

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